We give rewards on a regular basis at Haselor as we believe in reinforcing positive behaviour.
Please see below what your child can earn at our school:
House / Dojo points
Children are put in one of our houses: Drake, Nelson, Marlborough or Raleigh. Dojo points are given to the children to reward good behaviour, effort or work. The winners of the week are applauded in assembly and have their coloured ribbon placed on the House Cup for the week.
Achievement Award Certificate
Two children are selected from each class. The certificates are awarded to children who have demonstrated an excellent attitude to learning, school values or produced an exemplary piece of work.
Truly Brilliant Certificates
Truly Brilliant certificates are awarded to each child in a class over the school year. The names are chosen randomly each week and the child has to share with the class something about themselves in a 5-minute presentation. Each class member then shares with the child what they think makes them special. These are then shared with the whole school in assembly.
Child is selected as earned for a handwriting certificate which demonstrates great effort in handwriting and presentation. There are 2 levels of award: 1. Initial Handwriting pen awarded; 2 : Fountain pen awarded for consistency.
If your child has achieved anything special outside of school, then please send them in with an award or note describing their achievement. This is commonly in Brownies, Cubs, sports clubs, swimming, gymnastics, dance, Reading Challenges, martial arts… We will present them with the award in assembly.
Mathletics, TTRockstars and Numbots certificates
These are awarded to the children in each class who have made the most effort on our online maths resources each week. Recognising effort and time spent enables all children to have the opportunity to be awarded a certificate regardless of academic ability.
‘Catch ‘em Caring’ Raffle Tickets
Catch ‘em Caring’ Raffle Tickets are awarded throughout the week to children who have demonstrated a kind and considerate attitude around school. Pupils who are seen helping others, being a good friend will be given a raffle ticket to be placed in the box in the library. These tickets are then picked on a Friday with the winners getting a praise pencil.
This is often the most important to a child and the easiest to do. Regular praise sets expectations and is a reinforcement of positive efforts and behaviour.